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NEW SIZE! This is a bundle of eight posters. The posters highlight the Common Core Math Practices. Each poster is 11 x 8.5 inches.

Click here if you prefer a larger size (24” x 18”).

This is a summary of the posters and questions for discussion to use with students:

CCSS.Math.Practice.MP1 states students should make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.

Discussion Questions:

• In what hobby or activity do you participate? How is persistence significant in the activity?

• Why might persistence be important in math?

• What will persistence look like for you in this class?

• What can you do when you feel like giving up?

CCSS.Math.Practice.MP2 states students should reason abstractly and quantitatively.

Discussion Questions:

• As you look at the graph, what do you notice?

• What do you wonder?

• How might you determine how the graphs are related?

• What kind of situation might the graph represent?

CSS.Math.Practice.MP3 states students should construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.

Discussion Questions:

• What does justifying your conclusions look like in math class?

• What does making your thinking visible mean?

• How might you justify your conclusions? How might you make your thinking visible?

• Why do you thinking justifying your work is important?

CCSS.Math.Practice.MP4 states students should model with mathematics.

Discussion Questions:

• What is a mathematical model?

• How is a model related to solving a problem?

• What will making a mathematical model look like in our class?

• Why is making a math model significant?

CCSS.Math.Practice.MP5 states students should choose tools strategically

Discussion Questions:

• What are mathematical tools?

• Do you have a favorite tool? Which one?

• How do you choose the best tools for solving problems?

• What do you need to know about a problem in order to choose the best tool for solving it?

CCSS.Math.Practice.MP6 states students should attend to precision.

Discussion Questions:

• Why is precision important in math?

• How is precision important when using equality symbols?

• How might you use always, sometimes, and never when discussing math?

• Why are brackets discussed in terms of precision?

CCSS.Math.MP7 states students should look for and make use of structure.

Discussion Questions:

• Examine the numerical statements in the poster. What do you notice?

• How is structure significant in numerical relationships?

• How might you use structure to help you solve problems?

CCSS.Math.Practice.MP8 states students should look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.

Discussion Questions:

• What do you notice about the patterns in the poster?

• How might you describe the patterns?

• Why are patterns important in math?

• How can you use patterns to solve problems?

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Click here if you prefer a larger size (24” x 18”).

This is a summary of the posters and questions for discussion to use with students:

CCSS.Math.Practice.MP1 states students should make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.

Discussion Questions:

• In what hobby or activity do you participate? How is persistence significant in the activity?

• Why might persistence be important in math?

• What will persistence look like for you in this class?

• What can you do when you feel like giving up?

CCSS.Math.Practice.MP2 states students should reason abstractly and quantitatively.

Discussion Questions:

• As you look at the graph, what do you notice?

• What do you wonder?

• How might you determine how the graphs are related?

• What kind of situation might the graph represent?

CSS.Math.Practice.MP3 states students should construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.

Discussion Questions:

• What does justifying your conclusions look like in math class?

• What does making your thinking visible mean?

• How might you justify your conclusions? How might you make your thinking visible?

• Why do you thinking justifying your work is important?

CCSS.Math.Practice.MP4 states students should model with mathematics.

Discussion Questions:

• What is a mathematical model?

• How is a model related to solving a problem?

• What will making a mathematical model look like in our class?

• Why is making a math model significant?

CCSS.Math.Practice.MP5 states students should choose tools strategically

Discussion Questions:

• What are mathematical tools?

• Do you have a favorite tool? Which one?

• How do you choose the best tools for solving problems?

• What do you need to know about a problem in order to choose the best tool for solving it?

CCSS.Math.Practice.MP6 states students should attend to precision.

Discussion Questions:

• Why is precision important in math?

• How is precision important when using equality symbols?

• How might you use always, sometimes, and never when discussing math?

• Why are brackets discussed in terms of precision?

CCSS.Math.MP7 states students should look for and make use of structure.

Discussion Questions:

• Examine the numerical statements in the poster. What do you notice?

• How is structure significant in numerical relationships?

• How might you use structure to help you solve problems?

CCSS.Math.Practice.MP8 states students should look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.

Discussion Questions:

• What do you notice about the patterns in the poster?

• How might you describe the patterns?

• Why are patterns important in math?

• How can you use patterns to solve problems?

Important Information for Customers:

BE IN THE KNOW: Discounts, freebies, and product launches

Look for the green star next to my store logo and click it to become a follower. I send out announcements usually during the first week of each month.

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